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Old 28th of June 2009 (Sun)   #1
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Hey All,

Just recently captured another batch of smoke images and this is my first processed image. It is a composite of two smoke images (the arms are from a seperate image) and I am currently working on a different version of this same image so please watch this space. Please let me know what you think, feedback would be very beneficial to me. Thank you all for viewing.



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Old 29th of June 2009 (Mon)   #2
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pretty cool! I just don't dig the mirrored stuff anymore. Seems just way too many people do this. I would prefer a normal image but what if it could take a shape that I can associate with? maybe an animal or an object... that would be great and way more interesting!
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I really like them. Love how they resemble the human form and dig the intense colors.
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Old 30th of June 2009 (Tue)   #4
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@ korrektor - thanks for your comment, i understand that not every one is going to like it because it has kind of become a love it or hate it technique. If you browse through my Flickr you can see other smoke images where I havent used the mirror technique and I too prefer those sort of images where you have an object in that single image. So thank yopu all the same for your valued input.

@ JeffNKC - Thank you very much, yeah for me it kind of resembles an advanced anatomy that is still evolving, especially the second image. Thanks again.
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